We support our telecommunications, local council, emergency services and infrastructure industry partners by providing leased space for their equipment on our distribution poles.
We currently provide leased space on distribution poles for:
To install equipment on our pole, you will need to obtain a Facilities Access Agreement (FAA). Applications can be made via the FAA tile on our mySupply portal.
Apply for your facilities access agreement via mySupply
If you are looking to install equipment that’s never been attached to our network before, we will need to review your plans first.
You will need to provide us the following information:
Reach out to us with your plans via an email to email@example.com
Expected response time for us to review your new equipment documents is 30 business days.
Once the business has approved your equipment, a Master Facilities Access Agreement will be created.
This agreement will outline the terms and conditions, responsibilities, liability and any associated actions and costs.
Expected response time is 20 business days, subject to negotiation.
Once the equipment design is approved and a Master FAA has been established, applications will be required for each individual site where you plan to install equipment on distribution assets. Lodge your application for each site via the mySupply portal.
If your equipment is electrical and requires a power supply from the Distribution Network, you will need an electrical supply offer before you can connect. If there are any costs applicable to providing a power supply to your installation, they will be outlined in your offer. For all sites requiring energisation via the Network, please ensure that you select “FAA with Electricity Supply” in your MySupply application.
To apply for an FAA licence, you will need to prepare the following documents.
Typically for Telecommunication you will need to provide:
Typically for all other installations you will need to provide:
Expected response time for Licencing Applications (with or without a power offer) is 20 Business days.
Once you have accepted the licence and power offer (if applicable) for a specific site, you can proceed to install your equipment and arrange for any power connections.
You will need to complete the following.
Once your equipment is installed and connected (if applicable) you will be responsible for the ongoing maintenance and condition of your equipment. If needed, you are permitted to make an exact change-over of your equipment for maintenance or safety reasons, if you need to change or upgrade to a different piece of equipment you will need to re-apply.
We are proud to support local council beautification initiatives by enabling artwork projects on our poles, ground-based kiosks or building walls.
Our projects support artists to create commissioned artworks in public spaces, with a focus on Aboriginal and female artists.
A Facilities Access Agreement is required prior to painting our equipment. You will need to gather the following information:
Once submitted our team will work with you to make sure that the asset you wish to use is suitable and safe to work around.
Applications for all FAA requirements can be made via the FAA tile of our mySupply portal.
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